How to Replace Bathtub Faucets With a Single Handle

Answer

It is more difficult to replace a faucet in a bathtub than it is to replace one in a sink, particularly if you wish to convert a two-handled faucet into one with only one handle. The challenges that you face include removing a section of the wall in order to get access to the faucet valves and then mending the holes in the wall that were left unused after the new handle was installed. If the individual who planned your bathroom had the forethought to add an access panel for the bathtub plumbing, then the operation will be easy to complete. When it comes to closing up holes that aren’t being utilised, a conversion cover plate can be the perfect solution.